PALM BEACH At A Glance
The place where Sydney’s top wheelers and dealers come to play, Palm Beach is all about sun-loving days on the glistening waters of Pittwater on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other. The epitome of Australian beach life that folks from far-off places can only dream about, ‘Palmy’ is as much a weekend getaway as it is a place to call home.
Sun loving days on the water.
Snapperman Beach is great for picnics and Ettalong Beach and Patonga are an easy day trip across the water.
North Palm Beach Surf Life Saving Club is the set for hit TV series Home and Away.
Locally referred to as ‘Palmy’, this peninsula has great natural beauty – outdoor living is a way of life.
Easily accessible by seaplane, this is where Sydney’s elite come to play. On land, it’s all about golfing, hiking and fine dining. Take to the water and the word exploring takes on a whole new meaning.
Surfers and playful children converge on the 2 km stretch of Palm Beach, with rolling waves attracting surfers at the northern end and the ocean pool drawing families to the southern end.
Boating enthusiasts can launch their vessels on the calm waters of Pittwater. Day trippers can travel to Coasters Retreat, Great Mackerel Beach, Ettalong or Patonga by ferry or private vessel.
Sitting at the tip of the peninsula is Barrenjoey Headland – part of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. Walking trails lead up to the iconic Barrenjoey Lighthouse and lightkeeper cottages. The sandstone boulders attract rock climbers – after their exertions they can take to the waters to cool off.
Palm Beach is a neighbourhood with an unbeatable outdoor lifestyle that has a way of drawing you in.